My precious six-year-old daughter, Ellie, recently asked me what Jesus looked like. The conversation went something like this.
Once upon a time, I was a police officer. This fall, I will be running in the Boston Marathon in an attempt to raise money for the American Liver Foundation.
I pray each night in my grandmother’s language of faith, a makeshift rosary, which I first remember from more than three decades ago.
If you’re anything like me, you’re easily distracted in prayer.
It’s been a little bit over a year since my dad, Cosimo DiGiovanni, died.
Catechesis, from the Greek “echoing the faith,” is the formal name for how the Catholic Church passes on the teachings of Jesus to succeeding generations.
There is something about a stained-glass window on a bright and sunny day.
A public junior high school that I pass regularly has posted these words on its marquee recently: “Be honest. Don’t lie.”
We all carry hopes in our hearts that are both big and small.
I was born the day before Father’s Day, and every year my family celebrated the two occasions together.
They answered the call to give up their lives in services of others. Here are their stories:
Members of the Women’s Giving Circle navigated the new “virtual” world and continued its mission of advancing Catholic education.
In moments of great challenge, there are moments of grace. This past year was certainly evidence of that.
As children of the living God, we have an inherent connection with our Father.
Braeden fulfilled his passion of reaching out to the special needs community.
Pope Francis’ visit to Iraq March 5-8 was the realization of a dream first envisioned by St. John Paul II in 1999.
For years, I did not understand what – or more specifically – who the Holy Spirit was.
Lent aims Catholics toward a spiritual bullseye: learning how to become more open to a loving relationship with God.
There is no denying the importance of light to humanity.
Anna said she wanted to do good because her faith teaches her that it’s important to help others.